A New Kind of AI: Google’s Deep Learning Neural Nets Have Learned Encryption

Developing Its Own Encryption Alice and Bob can keep secrets — well, at least from Eve. These three are the neural networks (or neural nets) that a team from Google Brain, Google’s research division for machine deep learning, developed to see just how well artificial intelligence (AI) can keep secrets. It turns out, they can do it pretty well. In a study published on arXiv, researchers Martín Abadi and David Andersen feature how neural nets can develop their own simple encryption techniques in order to keep messages from eavesdroppers, even without being given special cryptographic algorithms. In theory, neural nets “are generally not meant to be great at cryptography,” the researchers said. The experiment involved these three, affectionately named, neural nets. The idea was for Alice and Bob to pass…


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